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Oil and Climate Change: Voices from the South

There are new voices from the South that are clamouring to make themselves heard on climate change. They demand "climate justice" and refuse the alms offered by the North in the form of so-called flexibility mechanisms and "adaptation loans", which transform the polluter pays principle into the "polluted adapts" principle.

Is India Too Poor To Be Green?

The argument that the best way for a growing economy to treat environmental problems is to get rich first and clean up the mess later is not defensible. India cannot replicate the processes of the developed west because it can neither shift environmentally damaging activities abroad nor can it "export" surplus labour released from agriculture to Europe or the US.
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